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What Makes Children Enjoy Reading

how to be a good reader

What Makes Children Enjoy Reading Scholastic the global children’s publishing, education and media company, today released results from the fifth edition of the Kids & Family Reading Report™, a biannual national survey of ...

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Safe Facebook for girls?

Yes, there is a safe “Facebook- like” application out there and it’s called About Me. Since many of our girls who visit our girls site, Miss O, are under 13 ...

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Father/Daughter Create an iOS App to Make Maths Fun!

iOs App

Father & Daughter Create iOS App Players Scott Martin could have looked anywhere for his next project. A twenty plus year industry veteran, Scott not only was a game developer but spent ...

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Winter Breaks: Turn Kids’ Creativity On

Winter Breaks

Winter Breaks: Turn Kids’ Creativity On Tips to Turn Kids’ Creativity On and Boredom Off: This winter, kids across America will be stuck indoors and looking to stay occupied. After ...

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Parents Helping Parents Find Bullying Solutions, Quickly

Solution to bullying

Finally Bullying Solutions It was a bitter sweet day for us when our book, “When Your Child is Being Bullied; Real Solutions for Parents, Educators and Other Professionals” was released.  How ...

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DIY Jewelry – Make Cool Washer Necklace with Your Girl!

DIY Jewelry

Life is too short to wear boring jewelry! So, spend this holiday break making some DIY jewelry with your daughter. Supplies: Washers Embroidery threads Scissors Super Glue Chain Necklace Instructions: Cut ...

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DIY Jewelry – Make Color Pencil Necklace with Your Girl!

DIY Jewelry

Life is too short to wear boring jewelry! So, spend this holiday break making some DIY jewelry with your daughter. This is what you’ll need to make a color pencil necklace: ...

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Social Media, Teen Life

social media

Social Media, Social Life: How Teens View Their Digital Lives is the latest research report from Common Sense Media's Program for the Study of Children and Media.

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